Tickets are to be introduced for the first time at this year’s Godiva Festival to ensure organisers can manage visitor numbers safely, as the event grows in popularity.
Councillor Linda Bigham today (16 May) became the new Lord Mayor of Coventry.
Many people choose not to describe themselves as a carer – it’s just something they do for someone they care about. This is an opportunity to do something for them.
Microsoft have released a security to patch for various computer systems that fixes an important vulnerability.
Inclusion for all - a child centred conference. Monday 1 July 2019 9am to 4pm (registration and refreshments from 8.30am) at The Village Hotel, Coventry.
The Belgrade Theatre and Royal Shakespeare Company are looking for five Coventry schools to take part in a free CPDL programme.
Key health agencies in Coventry are setting out plans that they hope will reduce health inequalities in the city.
The Belgrade Theatre's longstanding year 6 transitions programme, will be touring primary schools again this summer.
Transport bosses are asking people to plan ahead and leave the car at home this weekend as a 100-mile cycling event comes to the West Midlands.
Past, present and future nurses in Coventry and Warwickshire will be celebrated in spectacular style this week.
Coventry City Council’s Cabinet will have a slightly new look for the coming year.
We would like to offer young people aged 14 – 18 the opportunity to volunteer in our libraries this summer.
The huge Knife Angel sculpture, made of 100,000 confiscated knives, is due to move on to Birmingham today and agencies working together to address violent crime hope its impact will continue.
A Coventry charity is planning to set a record for the largest number of people at a picnic in Coventry.
Audiences at the first ever Coventry Comedy Festival will be invited to take part in some serious academic research on improving people’s wellbeing this week – by having a good laugh!
The free one-day festival will connect the public to groups and organisations that promote good mental health and wellbeing, and aims to break down the stigma around seeking help.
Joseph Cash primary school has been shortlisted for the English Team of the Year Award by the Times Educational Supplement.
As many of us are aware there have been many reports in the media about the rise in mental health issues amongst young people and this is a trend that doesn’t seem to be going away anytime soon.
Microsoft are officially stopping support for Windows 7 on 14 January 2020. All schools need to read the document from ICT Services for Schools.
With Coventry and Warwickshire celebrating their Year of Health and Wellbeing in 2019, the Belgrade Theatre is playing host to a series of special events this spring.
A campaign highlighting human rights and how they affect people’s day-to-day lives has recruited 30 Coventry artists to create stories and poems that will feature around the city.
Coventry City of Culture Trust are on the hunt for new voices and stories from across the city. What's your story?
Workers across Britain are being encouraged to convert “sitting time” to “standing time” this Friday (26 April) as part of the On Your Feet Britain campaign.
Godiva Festival organisers have announced that Levellers will be bringing their brand of folk rock to its Main Stage this year, with a headliner set on the Friday night.
A painting, inspired by the arrival of the Knife Angel sculpture in Coventry, has gone on display at a city gallery.
Celebrate St George’s Day in Coventry city centre with a FREE event including music, dancing, Punch and Judy and of course, the man himself with the dragon.
A purl-er of an idea from two women who met at a Coventry knitting group is blossoming into a network of friends coming together weekly to chat, craft and overcome isolation.
To the people of Notre Dame and the City of Paris,
Supreme Court decision R (on the application of Sky Blue Sports & Leisure Ltd & others) (Appellants) v Coventry City Council and others (Respondents) before Lady Hale, Lord Lloyd-Jones and Lady Arden.
Organisations that work with rough sleepers to provide food, warmth, help with health issues, finding secure temporary accommodation, and who can work with individuals to help with often chaotic lives